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Rooney will not sign new contract!

It has been announced that Wayne Rooney will not sign a new contract when his current deal runs out in the summer of 2012!

And it is understood negotiations over a new contract have broken down, according to BBC sport.

There was reports that he was going to be sold in January anyway with Real Madrid one of the interested clubs.

Is this the end for Ronney and Manchester United?

If it is how much is he worth?

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The Journalist

Writer: Big Ash Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday October 18 2010

Time: 5:22PM

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IF IT'S TO DO WITH NOT GETTING FIRST TEAM ACTION HE WAS GIVEN TIME OFF TO SORT HIS PERSONAL SIDE OUT. INSTEAD HE TAKES IT WRONG. I'M ABSOLUTELY SICK OF THESE FOOTBALLERS. WHY CAN'T THERE BE FOOTBALLERS WITH THE ATTITUDE OF SCHOLES AND GIGGS. AND THE LIKES OF LAMPARD AND GERRARD. ROONEY DONE THIS TO EVERTON ASWELL WHERE THEY DID NOT OFFER HIM ENOUGH MONEY. HE ALSO BLAMED MOYES FOR HIS EVERTON EXIT AFTER HE LEFT. WHAT HAPPEN TO "I WANT TO STAY AT MAN UNITED FOR LIFE". ROONEY YOU CHAT SH*T!!!!!!
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18/10/2010 17:39:00

Viva Las Glazers: United need to sell, and Rooney will be the next one to stave off the harshest effects of the parisitical debt at Man United. Or has Sir Alex simply lost the plot. Berbatov is half the player he was at Spurs. But then that is what you get for making an artist sweat and toil. If Picasso had been forced to spend all day painting his Spanish compatriots' living rooms, we would never have had 'Guernica'. United were fifth and five points behind Chelsea this time two years ago, and finished Champions. But now Scholes and Giggs are two years older, Ronaldo is gone, and Rooney wants away. City are billionaires, and Chelsea have learnt how to score. Arsenal are still skulking around, and Tottenham have turned into a team who can qualify for the Champions League and sign the likes of Van Der Vaart. No-one Fergie said that it would be a challenge this year to stay in the Top 4.
Stratty
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18/10/2010 18:12:00

it's ok lads, WE AT CITY, DONT WANT HIM.... let him go to the Parent Club, of Real Madrid, as you seem to sell all your 'stars' to them anyway, who would have thought it, MUFC, Real Madrid's feeder club!!!!! Real, Come on down 'THE PRICE IS RIGHT' Shrek is all yours for 40 million Euros......
cityman51
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18/10/2010 20:07:00

Rather be the feeder club to Madrid than offer a home to United, Arsenal and Chelsea rejects. If he wants to go then let him, for a good price though. I don't want any player who doesn't want to be here or who thinks they're bigger than the club. However, if he wants to stay then I wonder how many Man U fans who are calling him overrated (check skysports comments) will back him and never of doubted him? Quite frustrating to have to be associated with these so called 'fans' who dont back the team, players or Fergie.
TheFamousNo7
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19/10/2010 08:11:00

very clever business by fergie, Man U have no money to spend but need to replace Giggs, Scholes, hargreevs etc. So upset your biggest asset so he wants to leave and sell to the highest bidder and freshen up the whole squad. Just hope u keep your paws off Spurs players this season because we are catching you up fast.
msspurs
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19/10/2010 16:26:00

You can wave at them as they plummet past you mss!
fifthcolumnblue
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